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13 Feb

Confessions of a Shopaholic-movie

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Hi again , I'm back now I'm going to write  about the last movie that I watched.The name of movie is 

Confessions of a Shopaholic

The story is about Rebecca Blomwood-girl who is a shopaholic like her mother.But the diference about her and her mother is that ,her mother when she was joung she was a shopaholc just like Rebeca now, but her mother didn't have any costs, expenses, bills to pay, people to whom she owes money...And Rebeca.....she must solve things like this. But Rebeca  as a journalist, and the salary that she is taking can't cover all costs. So, Rebeca is having a lot of adventures with her best friend who is helping her to save some money to pay their apertment. Also, she will have a love adventure and if you watch the movie you'll see how it will end..... :)

Last modified on Thursday, 14 February 2013 06:36
sofia

sofia

My name is Sofija I'm 14 years old. I'm from Macedonia and my hobby is watching series and movies. In my free time also I like to read books and play volleyball. My biggest wish is to visit Paris-the town of love. The other things I like are: Adriana Lima, Barbara Palvin , Fashion , Milimar, Helloo Kity  and my adorable and fat cat :))

 

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  • Bozanka Ilievska

    Dear Sofia, you have chosen a really good movie! I have made a few small corrections to your article so you can improve your English.
    At the beggining you should write "the name of THE movie", because we use the definite article "the" with nouns that have already been mentioned. Similarly, we use the indefinite article "a" with nouns mentioned for the first time, such as "Rebecca is A girl".
    Words that go together are "difference BETWEEN Rebecca and her mother".
    This is how we spell y-o-u-n-g.
    One person GETS a salary, and present simple tense is usually used when we narrate a story: "Rebeca HAS a lot of adventures with her best friend who HELPS her to... ".
    The adverb "also" comes after the modal verb, in this case after "will": she will also have...
    Regards and keep posting!

    Bozanka Ilievska Sunday, 17 February 2013 00:29 Comment Link
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